It can result in issues when they need you to get a security clearance.
Here is a passage from the interim clearance guide they sent me were they were listing potential issues when getting a clearance:
"Foreign Preference: For example, possession of a valid foreign passport or owning foreign
property. Another issue, is living or residing in a foreign country. Yuma, Arizona is a border
town and as such many residents cross the border into Mexico on a routine basis, which is okay.
However, it becomes a security clearance issue if an employee decides to live in Mexico and
commute across the border to work."
Be honest. Do not hide anything, especially in security interviews and investigations,
Each potential employee went through testing first. Then an interview was conducted with approximately 5 managers from varies departments.
Medical, dental. I did not have insurance through TRAX because my late husband had very good benefits.
Ready to work and energized